Samsung will unveil its much hyped Galaxy S10 this month on February. It has been only couple of weeks for the event. Samsung official has called the device amazing and has raised the expectation of tech enthusiasts but rumors about the upcoming device isn’t seem to stop any sooner. We have already so much detail about its hardware and software specification.
Recently some users on Weibo have apparently made a claim about Galaxy S10’s front camera. According to them, the Galaxy S10’s front camera has optical image stabilization and ability to support for recording 4K videos at 60 frames per second. While implementing optical image stabilization for the front camera isn’t new, but there isn’t any phone in the market right now which can shoot 4k videos at 60fbs with the front camera. In fact, there isn’t any phone that has both – OIS and 4K@60fps implementation for front camera.
This seem to be more than rumor than a leak. It is hard to believe but we can’t really rule out the possibility. As Samsung is trying its best to regain the market share it has lost in favor of its Chinese mobile phone manufacturing rivals. But still, would Samsung go that far? It has already offered premium features on mid-range mobile phones like Galaxy M10 and M20. If Samsung managed to pull this off without adding any extra price increase, it would be really amazing for the mobile photography lovers. As we all know that Samsung implement optical image stabilization for its flagship smartphones but for the front camera, this seem to be ‘not going to happen’ thing. Again, such upgrades are always welcome. This going to happen or not, we are going to find one February 20 only.